With the ICT50115 Diploma of Information Technology, you will learn the skills and knowledge required to administer and manage information and communications technology (ICT) in a variety of workplace settings.
If you’ve got a natural ability with technology and computers, this could be just the right course for you. The ICT50115 Diploma of Information Technology combines theoretical and higher lever technical skills in computing with business information technology to equip you with the skills that will put you at the centre of the big decisions your business makes.
You’ll be adept in implementing and managing ICT programs including, Microsoft Windows Desktop Operation Systems, Microsoft Server 2012r2, Virtualisation, Ubuntu and Debian Linux Systems and experienced in Operating Systems, Server and Networking Fundamentals.
This course will provide you with the confidence to pursue a career in the IT industry. Plus, as an IT graduate you may be eligible for credit towards a portion of a university degree through established university partners.
You’ll learn to:
- Identify IT requirements in a business environment to provide hardware and software solutions
- Spot and rectify network problems
- Understand how to design, configure and test a network server
- Manage the security of a network
- Setup a virtual computing environment
- Oversee and coordinate IT projects
- Information Systems Office Manager
The information Systems (IS) Office Manager is in charge of computer and technology-related research, development and productivity of businesses. They are responsible for researching and implementing ways that technology and network-based systems can increase company organisation and productivity.
- IT Systems Administrator
IT System Administrators are responsible for installing, supporting, and maintaining servers or other computer systems, and planning for, and responding to, service outages and other problems. Other duties may include project management for systems-related projects.
- IT System Manager
IT Systems Managers ensure all the resources required for the delivery of computing and information services are functioning to their full potential. They are responsible for analysing, implementing, operating and managing software, telecommunications, networks and computer systems through all phases of a life cycle, including the evaluation of strategies for hardware, software and staffing.
- Project Manager
Project Managers need to keep their team motivated whilst managing other resources such as time and budget at the same time. Project Managers frequently host progress update meetings with their teams to ensure that the project remains on track and that the objectives will be met in a timely manner.
- IT Support Officer
IT Support Officers provide help and advice to customers using an organisation’s products or services. This role consists of monitoring, maintaining and delivering IT services and supporting infrastructure, with a keen focus on customer service and relationship building.
- Course Structure
- Enrolment Info & Fees
ICT50115 Diploma of Information Technology
The ICT50115 Diploma of Information Technology has 20 units structured into 3 major clusters of learning. Each cluster contains units grouped into core study areas that are covered during the 12-month qualification. The tuition fee for this course is $10,000
The Student Entry Procedure.
The units within each cluster are outlined in the table below.
||Gather data to identify business requirements
||Research and review hardware technology options for organisations
||Update ICT system operational procedures
||Review and develop ICT maintenance strategy
||Determine best-fit topology for a local network
||Ensure a safe workplace
||Match ICT needs with the strategic direction of the enterprise
||Review and update disaster recovery and contingency plans
||Install and upgrade operating systems
||Design, build and test a network server
||Manage network security
||Identify and resolve network problems
||Implement server virtualisation for a sustainable ICT system
||Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
||Manage ICT projects
||Develop complex cascading style sheets
||Build a document using eXtensible markup language
||Develop complex web page layouts
||Produce basic client‐side script for dynamic web pages
||Perform basic vision and sound editing
The college enrols monthly with induction and orientation sessions to get you started. Plus regular workshops and tutorials, so you can start learning when it suits you.
To apply, simply fill in the application form here.
Eligibility Requirements apply
What happens next?
Here’s what you can expect after you’ve applied.
- A course advisor will call to chat about your course and set up a time for you to get started.
- You will attend an information session and complete a Student Enrolment Agreement and Pre-Enrolment Profile.
- You will complete a Kick Start Workshop to get started in the course. If all your documentation is in order you will then be enrolled and ready to start studying!
For the more detailed study entry procedure please click here.
For important dates and fees please click here.